Trusting in the Lord staying on once accord!! check out the players and the track as we’re checking out this jazz rock / Latin Jazz trying not to spaz on how these jokers work things!!
Released on: 1971-09-01
Producer: Santana Musicians Congas, Drums, Fluegelhorn, Percussion, Vocal: Jose Chepito Areas Composer, Lyricist: M. Carabello Composer, Lyricist: C. ESCOVEDO Congas, Percussion, Tambourine, Vocal: Michael P.R. Carabello Organ, Piano, Vocal: Gregg Rolie Composer, Lyricist: G. Rolie Guitar, Vocal: Carlos Santana Background Vocal, Percussion: Coke Escovedo Guitar: Neal Schon Drums, Percussion: Michael Shrieve Bass: David Brown
On this Thankful Thursday where it’s a blessing to be here we’re told “don’t worry about it” it’s all good, per Rev. James Cleveland God is in the blessing business!
But I’m sure God didn’t want his name mentioned in a lot of this foolishness!
It’s got me asking WTF? (What’s That Foolishness?) but naysayers said I’m worried about the wrong thing even though there appears to be a snake in the grass in search of coiling pleasures!
Hidden like a chameleon in a kaleidoscope of shadows like the GOP vs democracy plotting and scheming on earthly treasures!
Oh! they told me don’t worry about it, look the other way / nothing to see here but I’m rocking a hardhat with a lantern on top, a lime green safety vest and camouflage trying to dodge all the foolishness.
Who’ll roger that? some don’t worry about it others say bon voyage as they get out of Dodge knowing stars fall like wishes.
Doctor O will post this Sunday Jazz as medicine because it’s needed! peeping game / meddling as the schedule looks tight for this week..
Early voting is going down in these jurisdictions it’s real no depictions! told to prepare for November 8th not just per elections but per Taurus Full Moon and lunar eclipsing! we’ll see whats up!! it “ain’t nothing nice” for the weak!
In the meantime and between time check out this supreme jazz / funk from Deodato – with a track called Whirlwinds.
We’re reloading it, check out the players and the track / funky blends!
Let the music play is a dudes motto, as we listen to this Osunlade with a track called Everything in Its Right Place!
It has Afternoon Jazz implications, check the situation!! this is from ‘Exit Music – Songs With Radio Heads’ album featuring Erro · Osunlade · Thom Yorke · Jonny Greenwood · Colin Greenwood · Ed O’brien · Philip Selway!! we’re putting the funk in your face!!